Taneia Surles, M.P.H.

Taneia is a full-time public health professional and freelance writer specializing in health and wellness content. With a bachelor’s degree in public health and minority health and a master’s degree in public health with a health behavior concentration, Taneia aspires to become a sexual health educator working with low-income and minority communities, improving their health literacy. When she’s not at work or freelancing, she enjoys playing with her pets, Gooby and Jynx, journaling, shopping, and watching true-crime documentaries.

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